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Table of speeds for spindle sizes, for 10inch

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  • Table of speeds for spindle sizes, for 10inch

    Someone was nice enough to post a table of gear and sprocket combos for chains, running air tires. I searched for one for spindles, as my buddy and I are trying to figure out how fast we should aim for, and can't find one. My stock BF runs a .700 gritted, and gets me to 23mph so far, still tuning the high. My buddy's SuperBF RC26 goes about 29-30mph on an .800, and he says he should be 5mph faster. Any help is greatly appreciated. As an example my stock GSR25 geo chain,with 6/76, goes 29mph with decent acceleration, which is about as best as one can expect.

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    Ah man my MM is going to be slow as hell then. I am sure the super long stock spindle is under .800